Mercedes-Benz has announced that the 2021 S-Class, which has the brand’s current design language, would be launched in India on June 17th.
The new S-Class is larger than the previous generation model and will be sold as a ‘Launch Edition’ model, which will be a completely built-up (CBU) unit at first.
It’s sleeker and more modern-looking than the model it replaces, and buyers will have the option to choose from five exterior colour options.
The luxury limousine has undergone a revolution on the inside. The cabin is as opulent as it gets for the price range, with a handful of luxury upholstery options and a variety of wood trims to choose from.
A 3D-enabled 12.3-inch instrument cluster, 4 touchscreens (including a 12.8-inch main display), head-up displays with augmented reality, and the newest MBUX suite, among other features, will be available.
Ambient lighting, a Burmester 4D surround sound system, electrically adjustable massaging seats (front and back), a chauffeur package, and more technology are expected to be included in the Launch Edition cars (which will be AMG Line variants).
The 2021 Mercedes S-Class will be powered by 6-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. The S 450 4Matic will have 362 HP and 500 Nm of torque, while the S 400d will have 326 HP and 700 Nm of torque.
Both the models will be equipped with a 9-speed automatic transmission that will provide power to all four wheels, with rear-wheel steering available on Launch Edition models.
The 2021 S-Class will be equipped with a number of safety features, including rear-seat front airbags, a side-impact mitigation system, and enhanced driver assistance functions.
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